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Twilamp

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Twilamp by scroll Oct 30, 2012
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My first 3D-printed design: a lampshade.
Modeled with Blender 2.6.

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Test print was done with 0.5mm layer thickness and took 13 hours on BFB 3D Touch with 10% infill. I had to add vertical supporting walls in the lower part of the sphere, but did not put them close enough so there was some printing in the air.

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It was really .5 with default feedrate (which is pretty slow). The size is 12cm and weight is about 150g. A hollow sphere of this size would print much faster.

 So how big of a nozzle did you use? like a 1mm or .8mm?

It was really .5 with default feedrate (which is pretty slow). The size is 12cm and weight is about 150g. A hollow sphere of this size would print much faster.

It was really .5 with default feedrate (which is pretty slow). The size is 12cm and weight is about 150g. A hollow sphere of this size would print much faster.

.5mm or .05mm? .5mm is pretty coarse and for 13 hours I think you'd be printing something the size of a basketball. :-)

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